This is a typical commercial campground located in a decent spot for exploring Nashville.

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The Basics:

Overall Rating: 3.2/5

Price per night / Discounts: $55.17 / Pay 6 nights, 7th is free. Good Sam provides a 10% discount for shorter stays.

Campground website: Two Rivers Campground

Our Site #: 315

Privacy Rating (how spacious and private do the sites feel):

2/5: This is a typical commercial campground with typical commercial campground spacing - meaning, you won't have much privacy. They pack em in pretty tight here. There are some trees, but nothing of significance. It's not the worst we've seen, but it's not great.

Location Rating (accessibility to points of interest or to major highways):

3.5/5: It took about 20-25 minutes to drive downtown from this campground. That's still pretty far, but there just aren't many great options for RV camping in Nashville. Given the number of ride sharing services, you'll never have a hard time getting anywhere, and the campground does offer a shuttle service that heads downtown. We didn't use it because we heard it took forever (it makes several stops at nearby hotels and campgrounds before heading downtown) and we were meeting family, but if we had lots of time, we might use it.

Site Quality and Big Rig Accessibility Rating (utilities and accessibility of campground hook ups):

4.5/5: Sites were level gravel and our utilities worked just fine. While the campground isn't large, we had no issues maneuvering around.

Technology and Customer Service Rating (online resources, reservations, campground wifi, and staff):

4/5: Customer service here was very friendly. You have to call for reservations, but they were quick. When you check in, they hand you a whole packet of information about the Nashville area.

Overall Value Rating (the overall value of the campground; was it overpriced for what it was?):

2/5: $55 per night for a cramped campground space is a bit much, but given that it is one of the closest campgrounds to the city, it's one of your better options. If you're in town in the warmer months, our suggestion is to try to get a spot at Seven Points Campground, the Army COE park outside town. The sites there are much nicer and it's a better value. Unfortunately, that campground is only open in the warmer months, so it wasn't an option for us. This place was definitely overpriced, but there just aren't many alternatives for exploring Nashville.


Overall, this was a forgettable campground that served its purpose when we needed a place to stay near Nashville. If given the opportunity, we'll always try to get into Seven Points, but sometimes, that's just not possible. If the COE wasn't an option, we would come back here.

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